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Cold mountain air sinks into valleys around Cir Mhor and Caisteal Abhail, on the Isle of Arran. Typically, air temperature decreases with elevation, but in areas of high pressure, particularly on windless days in winter, a temperture inversion can occur when a layer of air dries out and warms as it sinks, acting as a lid which traps mist and fog in the cooler air beneath. This can often last for several hours.

Photograph by Iain Macleod

About Iain Macleod

Iain spends much of his time in the mountains and wild places of the UK. His photography is an attempt to convey some of the atmosphere and feeling of being in these special places.

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